His story submission to Reuters was clearly wet with tears.
"We see these hasty declarations as a potential risk that the election could be disputed in the electoral court or, in the worst case scenario, on the streets."
I see they are taking lessons from the Democratic Party.
Is this just like the *Crintons getting impeached for perjury?
By 10:00 central time last night, Calderon was 70 bid on tradesports (implying his later win, which would in turn imply MXN rising vs USD), but the Globex CME Peso contract was still at that time down almost 9 ticks (0.0875 if you're a trader).
Calderon, el gran ladron.
Hey, I made a little rhyme.
Somehow I doubt that Jimmy Carter is going to certify that an election in which the leftist lost was fairly conducted. Maybe the UN should investigate? / sarc
I hope nobody thinks that George Soros and Hillery are above organizing something like that for election night in 2008... national eruptions of riots and calls of "election theft"
The headline of an earlier Reuters story today was even better. "Conservative creeps to victory in Mexico". Somehow if the leftist had been gaining, he would have been surging, not creeping. They also had another headline up that they just changed as I was watching. It said "Mexican standoff leaves markets on edge" and was changed to "Mexican vote standoff leaves markets on edge".....guess someone pointed out the bit of politically incorrectness in the first version.
Will Olberman be leading the charge about Ohio voters were disenfranchised in Mexico?
So if the Canadians went right and Mexico went right, on the average then we are going right next.
Well, Reuters can't win them all. However, there's still hope for them, since Jimmy Carter hasn't certified the results.
Apparently macho brown faded to chicken yellow as illegal aliens reportedly avoided going into Mexico just to vote because of fear that they might be unable to re-invade the US.
The financial always reacts negatively when leftists win top government posts in Canada and in the U. S. Let Demos win the White House and Wall Street immediately drops points like rain.
Does that tell us anything?
"The stock market soared 4.77 percent on Monday, its second-biggest one-day gain this year, and the peso strengthened 1.8 percent. "
Are they talking about the Dow Jones? Certainly I would have noticed a 500 point jump. They must mean the mexican market, in any case sloppy reporting.